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People born between 1956 and 1975 may be the first to fare more poorly than previous generations.
Overall, more Americans believe the Earth is warming, but fewer think it's a big deal.
For the first time, a national survey finds most Americans feel threatened by government.
More than any other group, Americans in their late 30s say they’re not confident they can afford retirement.
The infamous '47 percent' Romney looks down on includes an increasing number of Republicans.
China tops the United States in technology integration in schools.
Poll: Embassy riots were the most-followed foreign news this year, but Romney's response backfired.
In one new survey, 86 percent of respondents say college is worth the cost.
A new study shows that Hispanic college enrollment reached new highs in 2011.